Wine Jean-Paul Brun, Beaujolais Blanc AOC, 2007
Reviews of purchase Jean-Paul Brun, Beaujolais Blanc AOC, 2007
Wine bright golden color.
The wine has a three-dimensional, rich, refreshing taste with a fine structure and a pleasant salty-sweet aftertaste.
The wine shows an attractive aroma with notes of flowers, peach, lime and grapefruit, mineral undertones.
The wine is excellent with salads and cold appetizers, fish and especially - grilled fish, as well as smoked, medium-sized game.
Burgundy - a world famous wine region of France, at what is known is largely due to the red wines produced from Pinot Noir and white wines produced from Chardonnay.
Beaujolais Blanc - known and respected throughout the world white Burgundy, which was used for the production of Chardonnay grapes grown in the best vineyards of the southern part of the province of Beaujolais. It's full of soil minerals, which affects the taste of wine. Beaujolais Blanc - a "white pearl", which has a huge number of fans, connoisseurs worldwide. Elegant and gorgeous, light and playful, unexpected and delightful - in front of the scent of wine with notes of white flowers and a wonderful peach few can resist!
Jean Paul Bran is considered a pioneer and undisputed leader in the production of wines of Beaujolais. For 20 years, he conducts business wineries and fights for the recognition and respect of traditional classic wines. On its vineyards are only biologically-organic technology without the use of artificial chemicals. Grape harvest is carried out manually. Grapes runs short fermentation, followed by brief aging in oak barrels, and the maturity of wine gets in the bottle.